When I look back to my teenage days, I was pretty angsty. From grunge to goth, to emo, I relished in absorbing myself in the freedom of my self-expression with many piercings, multiple air colours and thick, dark eyeliner that made my eyes pop! But for me, it was different. On the walls of our house were framed film posters from Batman and the Nightmare before Christmas, next to big photos of the Ramones and the Misfits. In our house, we connected deeply with music. We collected it, listened to it together and went to alternative gigs as a family.
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And I also embraced my natural hair and stopped trying to straighten and dye it to death. That 'phase' helped me connect with that kid in the classroom and she knew that I was a safe teacher to come to. Now I even let other people cut my hair for me. I also am currently training for my first marathon!
When I was old enough to know better, I bought a Nightmare Before Christmas-esque skeleton sweater, complete with peaked hood that had a bell attached. A bell. Worn with the hood up, I imagined I was piggybacking on the dark and fabulous emo trend that I, at the time, found inspirational. How did I get it so wrong?
There should be more nature documentaries about people. It looks as though he is working up the courage to approach the young female standing in the Subway line. It is a common practice for males of this age to prepare for such events by dousing themselves in perfumed spray. It believed that such cologne signals to the female that he is virile and available for a relationship. What is really shows the female is that he never learned how to put on cologne.